THE SIX bankers accused of attempting to fiddle interest rate benchmark Libor will not know their fates for at least another two years, after a court hearing yesterday.
The scandal broke more than two years ago when
And six of its workers have been charged with conspiracy to defraud by trying to influence Libor, after a Serious Fraud Office (SFO) probe.
Yesterday's hearing at
Meanwhile the Serious Fraud Office launched a criminal probe into claims of manipulation in the foreign exchange markets. The new study is a result of information unearthed in the previous probe into Libor.
Regulators from the Bank of
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